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Eagle Eyes–Christian Thriller (LET IT SHINE MAG)

Rayo turned again in her bed and pulled the Ankara bed cover over her legs just in time. She had just prevented a day-old mosquito from landing on her ankle with its proboscis. She closed her eyes and tried to resume her sleep. But something was just not right and she kept on closing and opening her eyes, desperate for sleep.

God’s word will surely come to pass ( LET IT SHINE MAG)

By Precious Olaleye


I love God with my whole heart,
I love God in the good times and even during the bad times I believe that God’s words still stand

Journal Entry (LET IT SHINE MAG)

When I was younger, I loved attending parties, wedding parties, birthday parties, end-of-the-year parties, and Christmas parties, just name it, they all gave me joy. You know, there was always this joy and fulfilment that came with attending parties for me. It was always interesting.

Light like this (LET IT SHINE MAG)

The day gave birth to the night

The moon swagged in the air

In a world full of darkness

Light wraps me up in its flame.

My sanity drove them crazy

My purity brought them harm

They are irritated by my power

Disgusted at my move to empower.

Insult were sent, rumours was brewed

Traps were hidden in places

‘Angel on Earth’, they mocked

Jealousy has eaten deep into them.

Time flipped like pages

My eyes blindfolded with veils

Warm embrace became their culture

All I felt was their heart inflaming with rage.

Since they’ve vowed not to rest

Until they pull me down

My spirit wishes them to see

The light I carry for Christ’s sake.

I pray for grace through the storm

To shine till the very end

My message wrapped in gold is

Light like this, can’t be quenched.

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FANIYI OLUWATOMIWA ELIJAH: A globally minded person who is passionate about helping others unleash and use their potentials to reveal God to the world.

Editor’s Note (LET IT SHINE MAG)

One score and two, United and standing…these tush themes were dancing around in my head till “let it shine” stuck as chewing gum does to cloth.

I don’t know how you hear from God, but I knew this was it when it was it—the final word.

Shining your light might mean doing what others can’t do. You know, we’ve had enough of all those equality talk and blah blah.

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